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forbes, in the article, it states obama care lower the number of uninsured. chart 2 shows obama care does ths to lower the expenditure on health care each year. health care.gov gives low ball estimates. headline here, websites are continuing prices. according to the article, health care.gov doesn't give you the entire story. the website may show a lower price than what you'll end up paying, so here are three important factors that impact your final price. the first one, premiums based on your age. finally, any subsidiaries you qualify for. in case you missed it, brad paislyand carrie underwood had a little fun last night. >> hey, i think i need a doctor. >> do you have that obama care. >> obama care, what's that? >> oh, it's great. it's great. >> what is it? >> i started signing up last thursday and i'm almost done. >> for a look at these headlines and a full story, you can go to our website wusa9.com and check every day for the hottest health care headlines. >>> could the affordable health care act actually end some marriages? one couple says they may be forced to get a divorce because t
at the affordable care act and president obama who campaigned sunday. >> so tomorrow, let's send them a message. loud and clear from virginia. that virginia says no to obama care. virginia says no to expanding obama care, which is what terri mcauliffe wants to do. >> while the gop says this race will be a referendum on obama care, the democrats say the race is all about the tea party. >> at a private home. joe biden stumped for mcauliffe with mark warner and congressman, gerry connolly. they said voters needed to send a message to the tea party. >> because it's the first major race between the forces and faces of the new republican tea party. a tea party whose social is out done only by its hostility, to science and technology, innovation and scholarship. >> keep pushing to get out the vote, warning that light voter turnout could help the tea party. >> it's been a great last couple of days. we focus on getting the vote out. it's all about getting the vote out. obviously, you feel the excitement, the intensity, we knocked on 1.8 million doors. >> polls open tomorrow from 6:00 in the mornin
that outrage over the g. government shutdown and what is driving it. a referendum on obama care. so, which is it? we were out at the polls today asking that question. >> thank you. thank you so much. >> first time candidate democrat is running for delegate in prince william county. >> he is hoping to oust the outspoken conservative, long- time delegate. he like gop gubernatorial candidate says this election is the referendum on obama care, not the tea party and government shutdown. >> it has depressed the democratic base. it is reminded republicans, hey, this race is now between ken cuccinelli who was the first to challenge obama care with my law and mr. obama. this is not between mcauliffe and cuccinelli at this point because of the debockle. >> we're going broke. >> other voters feel the opposite way and are angry over the government shutdown. >> people have had enough of the nonsense that has gone on in congress and in the states. hopefully, this will be a mark in the right direction. >> i think that this election is all about showing that hey, there's one side of folks who are
of obama care's problems. millions of insurance policies are being canceled because they do not meet the new laws requirement. >> but the president's proposal is no guarantee to policyholders and some are arguing that he's making a serious problem worse. major garrett is at the white house. major, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, norah and charlie. the president's repeated apologies were designed to take the political heat off of house and senate democrats facing re-election and the consequences of obama care next year. the president's attempt to fix the problem of the canceled insurance policies, however, fell flat among some of those democrats, angered republicans, and left the insurance industry perplexed. under fire of the congressional democrats to back up his now infamous promise, president obama announced he would give consumers with canceled individual insurance policies chance to get them back. >> but the bottom line is insurers can expand current policies that would otherwise be cancelled through 2014 and thoses who policies were cannes sled can choose to enroll in
maryland governor bob urlich. both candidates are using president obama to garner support. mcauliff campaigned with the president sunday, reminding voters of the 16-day government shutdown. obama blaming quote extremists in the republican party for the shutdown. election watchers say this tight race comes down to turnout. >> you can bring this home, you can make this happen, but you have got to make sure that everybody goes out on tuesday. >> we have a chance to elect someone as governor. >> giving women access to healthcare and possibly same sex marriage i think is a very exciting time for virginia. >> i'm at george mace son, so i definitely support everything they are talking about in terms of education. >> we must make sure that women have access to the quality healthcare. >> the women's issues they are lying about are not on ken's agenda and in fact, he has very little control over them. >> that was just one of a dozen or so supporters who were protesting outside of mcauliff's rally on sunday. that was at lee high school. hear more from the republicans and their candidates comin
: but the star showing will be president obama. >> if you fired up? are you ready to vote on tuesday. >> reporter: the two together is just how mcauliff's opponent likes this. >> reporter: obamacare is a total fail and we need to stop the personal mandate. >> i'm obviously out here supporting my brother. >> reporter: political analysts say this midterm governor's race will come down to voter turnout. >> giving women access to healthcare and possibly same sex marriage i think is a very exciting time for virginia. >> i'm at george mason. >> reporter: in the final days before people head to the polls the race is tight with mcauliff showing a slight edge. democrats have continued to throw punches on women's health issues and abortion. >> we must make sure women have access to the quality healthcare. >> the women's issues are not on ken's agenda and he has very little control over them. >> reporter: virginia, traditionally, has been a red state, but has turned purple in the last decade. >> you can bring this home, you can make this happen but you have got to make sure that everybody goes out on tuesda
are under investigation and have been removed from president obama's detail following allegations of misconduct. >> this comes as the agency has been trying to repair its reputation which was damaged during a prostitution scandal last year in colombia. delia goncalves is live at the hay-adams hotel with more. good morning, delia. >> reporter: good morning, andrea, mike. the secret service brought on its first woman director in its history, a woman very highly qualified but a woman they were hoping would help, quote, curb the male dominated culture of hard partying and other excesses. 53-year-old julia pierson was hired in march. that was just about two months before this incident here at the hay-adams. one night in may, hotel staff alerted the white house of some odd behavior by one of their secret service agents. veteran act assigned to the president's detail ignacia zamora was demanding to get into a woman's room. he left a bullet from his service weapon insides the room and tried to retrieve it when the guest refused to let him inside. the secret service did a routine check of
square. this was actually the temporary home of the obamas during the beginning phases of his presidency. i have to tell you "the washington post" really blew the lid off this case. the incident here at the hotel happened last spring but there was no external investigation until the post started making calls just last month. this incident happened one night in may. hotel staff alerted the white house of some odd behavior by one of their secret service agents. veteran agent assigned to the president's detail was demanding to get into a guest's room. the post reveals he left a bullet from his service weapon inside the room, tried to retrieve it but the guest refused to let him inside. as a result, the secret service did a routine check of his blackberry. they discovered he and another supervisor timothy barraclough sent suggestive e-mails. now he's off the job and barraclough was reassigned. this comes a year and a half after a prostitution scandal involving the president's detail during one of his visits to columbia. what does the secret service have to say about all of this and why did i
is now weighing in. >> the former president says president obama should keep his word and allow people to keep their health insurance policies if they like them. delia goncalves is live on capitol hill where lawmakers will spend part of this day holding hearings about the affordable care act and all the problems with its website. good morning, delia. >> good morning, andrea. that's right, congress trying to get to the bottom of this botched rollout and this flawed website. the man responsible for health care.governor will be in the hot seat today. 40-year-old todd park, he is the white house chief technology officer responsible for the website. they tried to delay his appearance before the house oversight committee but the white house did not have success. he will likely have to answer why security flaws were not addressed before the rollout. the administration trying to tamper enrollment expectations now with an initial goal of 800,000 pacts by the end of -- participants by the end of november. many estimate the first month figures barely scratch the surface at 50,000. now president b
china sea and is expected to pick up strength again and could head toward vietnam. >>> president obama a travels to the gulf coast for a speech on the economy. for the first time he is apologizing to americans who are losing their health insurance plans because of obama care. more than 300 people have received cancellation policies. major garrett is here in the studio. good morning. >> good morning, everybody. inside the white house this week, the president's top advisers debated how to handle the obvious glaring discrepancy about what the president said. remember, if you like it, you can keep it, and the reall of those on the individual markets losing their coverage. some in the white house urged the president to apologize. in an interview, the president did. at least partially. he did not apologize for what he said but for what's been happening. a milestone in obama care. the first presidential apology for americans with canceled insurance policies. >> i am sorry that they, you know, are finding themselves in this situation based on assurances they got from me. we've got to work hard
with the debate. big numbers and trouble over on care. president obama will meet with senate democrat behind closed doors. they will discuss the small number of americans who have signed up for health insurance under the affordable care act. >> those much anticipated numbers came out yesterday. in the first month, only about 26% of the people enrolled did. major garrett is at the white house. >> good morning, norah. obama care's ineptly designed website starved the program of hundreds of thousands of potential customers. not only did these enrollment numbers fall well short of expectations, they came with an unconventional definition. the administration said just over 106,000 americans signed up for obama care. some paid for an insurance policy while others put the plan in a virtual shopping basket. both are counted as fully enrolled. senate republican leader mitch mcconnell accused the white house of using, quote, enroll accounts. marko rubio called the numbers abysmal. about a third, less than 27,000, navigated healthcare.gov successfully. the remainder, about 80,000, signed up on websites
route 100. all of your lanes are open. back to you guys. >>> thank you monika. president obama is trying to make good on a promise he made while selling his healthcare plan to americans. >> but republicans are saying it's not enough and insurance executives are saying it won't work. what's the truth? how do we get this thing fixed? delia goncalves is live on capitol hill and boy that's not an easy answer is it? >> reporter: boy it's sure not. not in this minute and a half at least. the president we first heard an apology by the president and yesterday, we heard his proposal for a possible fix. and he was trying to repair the damage to the millions of americans who were receiving notices of cancellations effective january 1st. but know there are several several congress members here who believe they have they are own solution to the affordable care act. president obama yesterday took the blame for the botched rollout. but there's a catch to his plan. folks can keep their scan selled policies until 2015 but that'ser intoly up to the insurance companies -- that's entirely up to the insuranc
pressure from the angry voters. president obama is now making a change to the affordable care act. if you like your current plan, you can keep it for another year. danielle nottingham reports from capitol hill. >> reporter: for nearly $5 million -- for nearly five million americans, the white house has a fix. >> i said that i would do everything we could to fix this problem and today i'm offering an idea to help do it. >> reporter: the white house is giving insurance companies the option to keep offering plans that would have otherwise been canceled through 2014. providers, they will also have to make clear what the plans do not include. to let consumers know what other new options are available in the federal exchanges. >> this fix will not solve any pro-- every problem for every person. but it will help a lot of people. >> reporter: president obama spoke and took questions for nearly an hour. taking blame for the problem. >> we fumbled the rollout. >> the white house policy change will come as the house republicans move to provide their own fix. >> the only way to fully protect the amer
the obama care signup numbers, 106,000 people signed up for the obama care insurance. fewer than 27,000 used the federal healthcare.gov site. >> now to the washington redskins name change controversy. some native americans spoke out against the team name at the triable nations conference. bruce leshan was there. what happened? >> native american activists say they will not quit until they force owner, dan schneider, to change the team name. but there is no sign that schneider is banding. >> it's an ugly word. >> outside the interior department where the obama administration is meeting with hundreds of triable leaders, anger over the name of the washington team. >> stereotypical. it is disparaging, it's racist. >> how will it affect a 6 and 8-year-old kid growing up. >> the indian nation that is leading the campaign presented the president with a jersey from the high school which changed its name from the r word to the hawkeyes. he said he would think about changing the name. >> thank you, god bless you. god bless the united states of america. >> he said nothing at wednesday's confere
six americans enrolled for obama care on day one. >> the government hoping to sign up 7 million people during the enrollment period. >> strongly considered replacing joe biden with hillary clinton. >> 12 students and their driver are okay after the bus tumbled off a bridge into a creek in wichita, kansas. >> a bomb threat aboard united express forced to make a landing. >> we went down fast. >> police apparently have video of him smoking crack. >> a beluga whale had fun pranking a young boy. >> all that -- >> in the end zone. >> three finishes. >> happy halloween. >> look, everybody. a shirtless putin on a horse. >> celebrates halloween at the white house. >> they greeted little ghouls and goblins and handed out candy. >> -- on "cbs this morning." >> the faa announced people can use cell phones and ipads. in related news, everybody was already doing that. >> announcer: this morning's "eye opener" brought to you by toyota. let's go places. >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." good morning, norah. >> good morning to you, charlie. happy friday. >> one month ago the obama administration launc
pressure valve and letting off some steam. on the road yesterday president obama tried to do the same. trapped in the reality of his own health care law, president obama flew to dallas to escape beltway's scrutiny and offer this promise of a better time. >> we're going to get it done. when we get this done -- not if, when we do -- yu erie going to have families all across this great state of texas who are going to have the security and the well being of high quality affordable health insurance. >> that guarantee came afternoon another rough day for congress's health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius. >> access to healthcare.gov has been a missably frustrating experience. it is not acceptable. i am know wassed or fixing it. >> even a friendly group want it to work. >> it's a two-way street. you have to tell us candidly what's going on. >> yes. >> ignoring questionsing the potential website problems and the possibility of insurance policy cancellations were more blunt. >> the only thing i can conclude is that it's impossible to do something in this administration that gets
on the congressional hot seat it was a pretty rough week for the obama administration and face the nation bob schieffer is here to tell us what to expect this sunday. obviously obamacare or what's left of it will be your main subject matter, bob. >> i would think, so derek, but the problem we have this coming sunday is where do you start? the whole world is kind off news overload here. we not only have this obamacare controversy, but we also got the nsa and the latest revelations there, the drone strike that took out the taliban leader. we want to touch on that and then today, of course, this guy walks into the los angeles airport with an assault rifle and starts shooting. as it turns out, we have two officials who know something about all of those things and are following them and in some cases investigating them. senator dianne feinstein, senator of the intelligence committee and representative mike rogers, chairman of the house intelligence committee. plus we're going to talk to the former nsa cia director general michael hayden. some of this phone tapping was going on under his watch. so we've just
. they will lead to anger. now, according to the post, there is a growing backlash against obama care from those people now forced to find the alternative policies because the individual ones didn't meet the minimum requirements. now, they are learning that there is a price to pay, higher premiums and deductibles. now, check it out. an interesting opinion article and the headlines here. it will be six other obama promises for them and these are very much coming through. now, they list six promises that are still in effect to fight the turnout and the backlash. among the promises lifted, they will no longer be denied. no longer cut off for the spending caps. now, finally from this news partner today, u.s.a. today, the health law that may strain the middle health system. according to this article, the affordable care act is to expand coverage for more patients. 32 million new patients. that means there very well may not be enough resources to keep up with the demand. for a look at these headlines and the full story, go to our website on wusa9.com. be sure to check here every day for the hottest he
obama yesterday apologized to americans who have been kicked off their insurance plans. we will keep you updated on what the white house proposes to actually do about the situation. >>> still to come tonight a possible end to a local election that has yet to be decided. >> but first a workplace accident caught on camera, what a blast, but how did it all >>> here's a tip for you. if you happen to be carrying propane on your fork left, be sure it's strapped down. that was in ohio where a guy learned the hard way. the tank on his forklift was knocked off and blew up when he ran over it. you can see the flames just engulfed the forklift, but somehow that driver got away, rolled on the ground to put the fire out. he had some burns on his face and hands, but he's already out of the hospital. >>> get ready for more track work on metro over the weekend, this time the red line riders getting the pleasure of seeing three of the stations shut down. so they'll have the buses available while shady grove, rockville, twinbrook are all out of service. >>> you might think a company that makes navigation
clinton ta president obama. >> the president should honor the commitment the federal government made to those people and let them keep what they got. >> arctic blast has made it all the way to central florida. >> i've forgotten what cleveland is like. >> welcome back. >> thank you. >>> american airlines flight was forced to make an emergency landing because of a cracked windshield. no injuries have been reported. >> most expensive artwork ever sold at auction for $142 million. >> all that -- >> alec baldwin lashed out at reporters as he left the courtroom. >> this could be the best celebration we receive all year, dancing on ice never looked that good. >> and all that mattered. >> new york city's building is the tallest building. >> architects ruled the needle atop one world trade is an spire. >> if it looks like an antenna, acts like an antenna, then guess what? it is an antenna. >> bobbleheads. they had a line out the front door. >> apparently a lot more people in canada are smoking crack than we thought. >> announcer: this morning's "eye opener" is presented by toyota. let's go pl
journal" reports fewer than 50,000 people successfully enrolled in the obama web care site. >> the manager in charge of building the website was apparently kept in the dark about serious failures in security. >>> the bucs get win one, and for miami, a loss. >> dolphins owner stephen ross forms an advisory committee. >> ross says he plans to meet with jonathan martin tomorrow. >> i'd like to hear from him what really happened and what we could have done to prevent this. >>> european efforts are lifting their bans to carry-on liquids. >>> a wild pursuit. a suspect and a state trooper go over the side of a freeway. >> all that -- >> the globetrotters did not go as planned -- >> that acting thing doesn't work out, donnie wahlberg is do the weather. >> what! >> and "all that mattered" -- >> happening today, one of the trendiest days to get marries 11/12/13. >> i didn't actually realize it but i loved the number scheme. >> on "cbs this morning" -- >> couples say they like 11/12/13 because it's an unique day that will never happen again. in a related story, that's literally how every date works.
expert says it's a really bad idea. >> and a happy couple that says obama care may force them to end their message. >>> today, president obama apologized on national tv for the promise he could not keep about obama care. that tops our 90 as we show you the most important moments from the most important stories of the day. presidents rarely apologize. but today president obama told nbc news he is sorry that millions of americans are losing their current health coverage under obama care, coverage he repeatedly promised them they'd be able to keep. >>> a monster storm hit the philippines causing damage. the
the standards set by the affordable care act. >> but now president obama is telling the companies and their customers the plans can stick around for one more year. delia goncalves is live on capitol hill with details on this about-face, good morning delia. >> reporter: good morning jessica, mike. first we heard an apology now a fix by president obama to repair the damage. meanwhile congress members are coming up with their own solutions to the affordable care act. president barack obama took the blame for the botched rollout but there's a catch to his plan. you see, folks can keep their canceled policies until 2015. but that is entirely up to the insurance company. however, democrat senator of louisiana has introduced legislation that would permanently reinstate the canceled policies. meanwhile house republicans say the only fix? is repeal. >> that's on me. i mean -- we fumbled the rollout on this health care law. i completely get how upsetting this can be for a lot of americans particularly after assurances they heard from me that if they had a plan that they liked they could kee
. >> john miller, thank you. >>> to the struggling obama care website. healthcare.gov is being taken offline daily from 1:00 a.m. to 5:00 a.m. eastern time for repairs. cbs is learning the administration knew of the risk well before last month. major garrett is at the white house. >> reporter: good morning. three years ago a trusted obama health care white house warned the white house it was losing control of aobama care. the warnings were dire and specific, and ultimately ignored. david cutler, who worked on the obama 2008 campaign and was a valued outside health care consultant wrote this blunt memo to top white house economic adviser larry summers in may 2010, "i do not believe the relevant members of the administration understand the president's vision or have the capability to carry it out." he wrote "no one was in charge who had experience in any complex business startups" we worried basic regulations, technology and policy coordination would fail. >> you need to have the people who have understanding of the political process, people who understand how to work within an administration
month of obama care. they're hoping it will quiet some of the krit sechl. major garrett is at the white house. major, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, charlie and norah. the president's poll numbers are down. senate democrats, especially those facing re-election next year, are worrying about the implications of on care. the white house hopes to turn things around. we'll be looking at three issues. one, of course, is the website. the white house hopes to prove the website is working to provide better data to insurers and numb beer two, it offers hope this week to vims in the market whose costs are higher than expected. the president apologized for that last week and the white house aids tell me they never would have apologized. as you mentioned, charlie, enrollment data for the first time this week, the white house will unroll those hard numbers of how many have been successful in signing up for obama care. the white house says lowered expectations about as low as humanly possible. the numbers aren't going to be that great but they hope it will serve as a baseline to point to in
spot to hillary clinton. we're going to talk to former obama chief of staff bill daily. plus leslie stahl gained access to guantanamo bay where the terrorists will face trial. she'll be here in studio 57 with a look at her sunday "60 minutes" report. and oprah winfrey is auctioning off some of huh favorite things and she's giving us a preview of what personal treasures will be up for sale. the news is back in the mornings. so we'll see you right at 7:00. >> all right. are we going to see new washington next week -- you in washington next week norah? >> i think so. yes. in a couple of weekends yes. for "face the nation" i'm filling in for bob on november 10th. >> we'll definitely be watching for that. enjoy the weekend. >> okay. take care. >> thank you. >>> charges are pending against a man arrested in connection with a shooting and barricade in fredericksburg, virginia. around 9:00 last night, police responded to a shooting at an apartment complex on cowan boulevard. they found a man who had been shot multiple times. he was taken to the hospital and he is expected to survive. police
mergener for cbs news at the supreme court. >>> the obama administration and conservative groups both agree that the town of greece's premeeting prayers are constitutional. come up at 5:45 we'll have a debate between a pastor and an atheist with their views on public prayers. >>> health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius is back in the hot seat today defending the government's new problem plagued healthcare program. for nearly three hours sebelius listened to capitol hill lawmakers hammer the obama administration's handling of healthcare.gov. sebelius said the affordable care act's website needs more than 100 fixes but shot down calls to delay the program. >> for millions of americans delay is not an option. people's lives depend on this. >> in fact, more people are losing their insurance than are signing up on the website. >> despite all the problems sebelius says the healthcare website can now process more than 17,000 applications an hour. president obama traveled to dallas this afternoon to encourage more people to sign up for the program. >>> adam kokesh will soon be release
of obama care. >> the secret service closed down the street as vice president joe biden campaigned for terri mcauliffe. a race he said was also about sending a message. this one, about who was responsible for the government dishownt. >> but, because it's the first major race between the forces and face of the new republican tea party. a tea party whose social is outdone by hostility, science and technology. >> what about the president's drop in approval rating and the problems with obama care. will that hurt you at all? >> what virginiaens are focused on, we have big issues, sequestration. how do we replace those jobs? how do you grow and diversify the economy? >> in northern virginia, peggy fox, wusa9. >> and turn out is expected to be light. so all the more reason both sides are pushing to get out their base. open tomorrow from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. >> for the first time in 24 years, voters will have a choice in the college park mayor's race. the current mayor is being opposed by robert. he's a middle schoolteacher at george washington university. and mayor fellows house im
. andrea, mike? >>> president obama was in texas wednesday to meet with volunteers who worked to sign people up for health insurance. >> the event is the first in a wave of administration officials hoping to highlight the positives of the affordablecare act. >> reporter: president obama is trying to win back public support for his law. he told a group in texas the affordable care act is still better than what was in place before. >> all the politics, all the chatter, sometimes leaves out the fact that the system we had, the status quo just wasn't working for too many people. >> reporter: but the failures of healthcare.gov are becoming a p.r. nightmare. >> i started signing up last thursday and i'm almost done. >> reporter: carrie underwood and brad paisley opened last night's country music awards with jokes about how people are having tr♪ obamacare by morning, over six people served ♪ >> reporter: senator michael michael bennet whose job is to get democrats reelected sat down with 15 senators facing reelection next year. the group wants to delay
change the race. >> reporter: peggy fox, wusa9. >>> on this veterans day president obama traveled across the potomac to lay a wreath at the arlington national cemetery in honor of those who served this nation in uniform. the president also paid special tribute to the oldest known surviving world war ii veteran, richard overton. he there was and the man looked pretty good for 107 years old. >> he was there at pearl harbor when the battle ships were still smoldering. he there was at okinawa. he there was at iwo jima where he said i only got out of there by the grace of god. >> i think mr. overton has more hair than i do. earlier in the day mr. overton broke bread with the president and vice president at a veterans day breakfast at the white house. >>> also today the u.s. postal service unveiled new stamps in honor of the folks awarded the congressional medal of honor during world war ii. the postmaster showed off the stamps in a ceremony at the world war ii memorial on the mall. >>> the d.c. government leaders were holding a wreath laying ceremony at the african american civil war memorial
and barack obama supporter. andy suggested student testing might be overrated. free public transportation to get the poor to jobs might be needed. >> can he win? nobody was willing to dismiss. he joins an already crowd field that includes four council members and then there's the incumbent, mayor vincent gray, who has yet to declare, but sounding more and more like a candidate these days. >> civic and political activist. >> primary were told today. a number of people would check none of the above. i think he brings a fresh face. the question is whether or not he can campaign. he has never been a candidate before. he's not a household name. >> some die hard supporters. >> i would not be supporting him if i didn't think he could win. >> and others undecided on a candidate for mayor. >> when i walk around, people are sick and tired of the regular politicians. they say so much corruption. so much double talk. >> he said at one point, that whether or not you were going to run depended on what the mayor will do. you decided otherwise? >> no, he did not call me and tell me he's not goin
it to. >> clearly we are just getting the big numbers from the obama administration. not as big as they hoped and we know more information will continue to trickle out and we know you will be covering it. thank you so much for coming in tonight. >> my pleasure. >> well, it is not over yet. despite the final tally in the virginia attorney general race, which shows democrat, mark herring defeating republican by 164 votes, obenshain says it's not time to concede just yet. >> i'm peggy fox in richmond where instead of a concession speech, mark obenshain signs up a transition team. he is hoping state board of elections recount swings his way. >> closest race in virginia history. >> republican senator, mark obenshain called it foolish for a candidate to claim victory when the vote margin is .007. that's the 164 vote difference between him and democrat, mark herring. herring did not appear in person, but said virginia voters have spoken and i am honored to have won their votes and trust to become virginia's next attorney general. >> this is no mans land. nobody has gone through th
of our frustration madness bracket over at tellwusa9.com. president obama is up against his significant achievement, the affordable care act. log in. cast your vote. the winner comes your >>> apathy and dissatisfaction with the candidates in the virginia's governor's race could keep people away from the polls next week. >> but if you do that you miss out on making sure your concerns are heard. a lot of issues will be decided by lawmakers, the folks you elect november 5th. peggy fox looks at some of those important issues. >> reporter: here are some issues you might care about. last year virginia lawmakers passed the first transportation funding measure in 27 years. that's a key issue in one of the tightest races for the house of delegates in mclean's district 34. >> the issue of transportation i differ with her on is her vote against funding the transportation bill. >> reporter: democrat kathleen murphy is challenging republican barbara comstock. >> the transportation bill did put extra and more taxes on northern virginia than any other place in the state. that was my major concern. n
is sorry for the disastrous obama carolout. >> and now even more confusion as the president changed course, telling insurance companies that for now they do not have to cancel the policies of millions of americans, but they don't have to have reinstate them, either. lawmakers on both sides are skeptical, and so was the white house press core. ken molestina. >> reporter: no doubt about it, the president was on the hot seat today's took questions from reporters in the white house. but there was one reporter in particular, cbs news' major garrett who continued to grill him for answers. >> you were informed two weeks before the launch of the website that it was failing the most basic test internally, yet a decision was made to launch. >> i was not informed directly that the website would not be working the way it was supposed to. had i been informed i wouldn't be going out saying, oh, this is going to be great. i'm accused of a lot of things but i don't think i'm stupid enough to go around saying this is going to be like shopping on amazon or travelocity a week before the website opens if i th
. teresa garcia, cbs news, los angeles. >> president obama did call the philippine president to express the country's deep condolences. a team of doctors without borders is waiting because the airport is reserved by the philippine military. >>> now a story of three generations of loss. family members mourning the death of a grandfather, mother, and son, all killed in a car crash. thomas willis, his daughter, and her son, were in a single car crash in prince george county, virginia, over the weekend and all three of them are from northeast and southwest d.c. no one in the car was wearing a seat belt when it crashed into a tree. >>> within the hour, we could finally know the winner in virginia's attorney general race. at least who has the most votes. out of the more than 2 million votes, the democrat was leading by 117 votes over republican, mark. those numbers are about to change. peggy fox joins us from the fairfax county government center where provisional ballots. those big provisional ballots are about to be counted. peg. >> that's right. it all boils down to provisional ballots and
'll introduce you to a very special veteran who is celebrating with president obama today. we'll tell you why coming up at 6:30. back to you. >> delia, thank you. >>> here are some things you need to know before you head on out today. rush hour restrictions in the district have been lifted and there will not be any trash pickups today. in maryland parking fees in prince george's county and montgomery county have been canceled for today except in the new carrollton garage and national harbor. and your trash will be picked up in maryland except in montgomery county. >>> in virginia hov restrictions on i-66 and i-395 are lifted in arlington county the meters will not be enforced and in alexandria, you are under holiday parking regulations. metro is going to be running on a modified saturday schedule pretty much everywhere. >>> coming up on 6:05. we'll show you how you can help military families enjoy thanksgiving and it's all thanks to the uso's turkey for troops program. >> the ravens give their fans a scare at home. it was all thanks to a tip drill gone wrong. wusa9 is back after this. here yo
attempt, tells us the advice she gave president obama. the news is back in the morning so we'll see you at 7:00. >> that should be a fascinating interview. we'll be watching for that, norah. thank you. >>> the death toll from the typhoon in the philippines now stands at more than 1700 people and officials believe this is really going to rise possibly even to 10,000. >> the united nations has released $25 million in emergency recovery funding. the u.s.s. george washington has also been defloyd to the nation. delia goncalves is live in the satellite center with more, delia? >> reporter: andrea, on that aircraft carrier, more than 5,000 sailors and about 80 airplanes. folks say help cannot get there fast enough and we're now hearing some of the relief workers on the ground having a hard time reaching survivors who need help because some of the towns and villages were cut off by the typhoon. so they need that assistance and to make matters even worse, relief efforts could be even more challenging today because another rainstorm is expected to make landfall very soon. the typhoon packed 195
:28. the president -- president obama was grilled by reporters yesterday if you didn't see it about the issues surrounding the affordable care act. yesterday he announced that healthcare policies that were canceled or at least got cancellation notices would be extended for a year. >> in fact nearly five million americans are affected. as our ken molestina reports white house correspondents including cbs's major garrett didn't let the president over the hook without some tough questions. >> it was failing the most basic tests internally and yet a decision was made to launch the website on october 1st. >> i was not -- informed directly. that the website would not be working. as the way it was supposed to. had i been informed i wouldn't be going out saying this is going to be great. you know, i'm accused of a lot of things but i don't think i'm stupid enough to go around saying this is going to be like shopping on amazon or travelocity. a week before the website opens if i thought this it wasn't going to work. >> reporter: the president was also pressed by garrett on comments he previously made a
, that according to "the wall street journal." a far cry from the 500,000 people the obama administration had hoped to enroll in the first month. >>> as if the affordable care act didn't have enough problems, now scammers are capitalizing on the confusion and stealing their identities. >> it can even lead to a life or death situation. debra alfarone has what you need to know so make sure you don't get taken. >> reporter: it could start with a phone call or knock at the door. in the next minute and a half, learn how you can avoid being scammed. >> health care fraud has taken over my life. >> reporter: call him the anticonman. he spends days, even days off working against the coalition against insurance fraud in d.c. >> they can clean you out. these are dangerous scams. >> reporter: if you doubt even for a second how serious this ises are think about this. this type of health care scam can even kill. >> if crooks steal your medical identity, a wrong blood type, their blood type too end up on your records. you're rolled into the emergency room semi conscious, you get the wrong blood type, this is life
matched his d.n.a. to some evidence that was found at the murder scene. >>> today president obama heads to texas to meet volunteers who are helping people sign up for health insurance. but here in washington on capitol hill, more officials from the department of health and human services will be testifying about what went wrong with the healthcare.gov website. yesterday hhs administrator marilyn halvenner told lawmakers the fixes being put in place are working. she added the government will release new figures on how many people have been able to enroll for health insurance next week. >>> it is 5:34, time for another your money report. >> jessica doyle is back with more on a business helping women on the go stay beautiful. i like the sound of this one, jess. >> andrea, you know we're packing more and more into our lives. no offense, mike. we know you're busy too but we're talking specifically about women. a new study finds in 22 out of 28 developed countries, women work even longer hours than men every single week. part of the reason why one d.c. business is helping women get more done
but if it's still that close, it's going to trigger a recount. >>> president obama is trying to highlight the positive aspects of the affordable care act. in texas yesterday, the president said his health care reform law is still better than what was in place before. dws might the healthcare.gov website still being under repair. the problems were even the subject of jokes at last night's country music awards. >>> the n.f.l. only recently settled a lawsuit over player concussions involving thousands of players. now it has another serious issue coming to light. the n.f.l. has appointed a special council to investigate the allegations at the miami dolphins organization. delia goncalves is in the satellite center with more on this. this could be a sticky issue for a lot of teams depending on how this goes. good morning, delia. >> reporter: exactly, mike. the miami dolphins, they're the ones making the headlines right now and they're the ones targeted but no doubt this review will certainly have an effect on all of football so everyone is watching what will happen. miami offensive lineman rich
.gov. the white house had hoped for half a million signups in the first month. this week the obama administration is expected to release a report with the exact signup numbers and officials are trying to lower expect faces. >> the enrollment numbers which will be the first month of enrollment are likely to be quite low given the struggles that people have had getting access to the site and getting information. >> secretary sebelius maintains the healthcare.gov website will be fully functional by the end of this month. the white house wants to enroll seven million americans before the march deadline. >>> the u.s. marines are in the philippines now at the airport and they have heavy equipment with them to help with the relief efforts in the aftermath of typhoon haiyan. there are also planes waiting to take americans and other survivors out of the disaster zone. delia goncalves is in the satellite center with more on what is a massive effort. good morning, delia. >> that's right, good morning, mike, andrea. help is coming inlily from all around the world. we're hearing that some relief workers are h
will stop at 12:20 p.m. eastern time, the time herrardo hernandez was shot last week. >>> president obama is apologizing about the problems with the health care reform law. in an interview with nbc, the president said he is sorry that millions of americans are having their plans canceled despite many assurances from him earlier that he would be able to keep them. the white house has said those forced to change plans may get some subsidies to offset the increased costs. >>> we have a cool weekend on tap but plenty of sun. >> next week may feel like an early case of winter. howard is very excited about that. snow flakes in the < >>> 5:14 on this friday morning. finally friday, the weekend ahead. what can we look forward to? >> dry weather. it will be unseasonably cool, nothing too terrible. we talked about the snow. there's a little bit of chatter going on. >> i'm excited about it. >> a lot of things have to come together. this may be a very minimal thing here tuesday night into wednesday, maybe our first flakes of the season or if things come together, could be a little more than that. tue
both from president obama's security detail have been removerred after alleged -- removed after alleged misconduct. the two were both cut after they sent sexually suggestive females to another female agent. she reportedly has not been disciplined so her name has not been released. he reportedly met a woman across there the white house and went back to her room. according to the posts, he left a bullet from his government issued gun in the room and went back to get it only to find the woman wouldn't let him in. the hotel's manager, reported the incident to the white house. leading to a routine search of
. >>> an apology tonight from president obama to the millions of americans who lost their insurance as a result of the affordable care act. >> i am sorry that they are finding themselves in this situation based on assurances they got from me. we've got to make hard to make sure they know we'll hear them. >> that was the president speaking to nbc news. he said his administration is looking at range of options to help people whose insurance has been canceled. >>> the labor department says private employers added more than 200,000 positions last month. however, the unemployment rate rose a 10th of a percent. >>> washington redskins are 3-6 after coughing up a 13-point lead in the 3rd quarter against the minnesota vikings, three straight incompletions from the 4-yard line in the closing seconds seal the victory for the vikings. washington had an identical record last year when they won seven straight to capture the nfc east title. before the game last night in minnesota protesters demonstrated against the redskins name. hundreds of people including native americans dressed up in traditional garb d
obama skit. she and her husband are expecting their first baby. things were not always so great for carry. the mother to be had an eating disorder in college. she communicated her feelings instead of ask the -- ask the stuffing them down with food. >> the process of learning a second language, has great benefits to stimulating the brain and may fight off alzheimer's. >> at age 61, biling wall subjects didn't show dementia until the age of 65. >> i have to tell you, nancy, it's been a privilege to hang out with you today on the set of et! . >> so nice to have you here, doctors in the house. i will tell miley, you said hello. and you want to me soy tahello to -- say hello to, george clooney . >> brad pitt. >> and there's another trend, katie holmes, and kelly osborn, are wearing wide brimmed hats. and our lovely doctor rachel rocks a mean hat! i must say. >> thank you. >> you wear a hat, seriously, seriously good. >> i must say. >> looks like a boss, huh? >> ah. >> not just a hat, but how put it on. >> you gotta do this. >> a lean on the hat. >> and you gotta carry this cutie in
world in 90 seconds. texas, that's where president obama went to criticize republican opposition to the healthcare reform program. fallout from the messy rollout, the chief information officer for the agency running the troubled website has resigned. >> monday five individuals enter and soon they're off rack after rack loaded with new apparel out the door. saturday a half dozen entered and flash, several racks lightning speed gone. >> has anybody been fired as a result of a $2 billion cost overrun of an aircraft carrier? >> i don't know, senator. >> you should know, admiral. >> now a report at least one coach called incognito to get martin covered up. the coach had little to say. his players had plenty. >> i know they were best friends. >> they're asking us to teach kids to be prepared for both college and careers. >> education secretary arne duncan says this type of strategy is helping d.c. public schools improve faster than the rest of the nation. >> prince william joked with bus drivers before he and his wife kate boarded a double decker for a ride into london. the duke and du
teammate. >> if president obama walked down the streets and rg 3 walked down the street side by side, i think more people would want to see rg 3. >>> and talk tonight about bullying to your kids. >>> right now, the attorney general race in virginia is still undecided. let's take a look at where the two candidates stand right now tonight. >> still very close. you have mark obenshinandy mark herring. obenshein is ahead. >> basically about 700 votes separates the two. >> that's a .23% difference in vote totals. that means this race i
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